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Avocado Mango Salsa

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Ingredients

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1 avocado
1 mango, diced to medium cubes
1 red onion, cubed
1/2 ½ or 1 habanero chili, chopped
1/4 cup of very fresh cilantro leaves, chopped
2 tbsp lime juice
1 tbsp extra-virgin olive oil
1/2 tsp salt

Nutritional information

63 kcal
calories
8.3 g
carbohydrates
0.8 g
protein
3.8 g
fat
0 mg
sodium
3 mg
cholesterol

Avocado Mango Salsa

Features:
  • Veg
Cuisine:
  • 20 mins
  • Serves 8
  • Easy

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The Avocado Mango Salsa is one of the most popular Mexican-Spanish culinary innovations.

This dip is enjoyed in a number of variations, and it is pretty much up to you to add or take away any ingredient so you could delight your taste buds!This makes a great alternative to the regular tomato and jalapeno salsa. If you have some fresh avocados and mangoes handy, whipping this salsa will take a few minutes. The creaminess of avocado and the slight tart and sweet taste of mangoes together make a great side for your impromptu grill night. Avocado mango salsa along with frilled meat makes a great dinner delicacy, also perfect for nights when you are entertaining a crowd of people.

Health Benefits

Mangoes are rich in Vitamin A and C, which make you skin glowing, helps to sharpen sight. Rich in antioxidants that boost the immune system, the mangoes  also help in preventing heart diseases and fighting cancerous cells.

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How to make Avocado Mango Salsa

  • Slice the avocado in two and scoop out the pit.Peel the avocado and slice into mini cubes
  • To a bowl, add the avocado, mango, onions, cilantro leaves and the habanero chilies.
  • Pour the lime juice and keep tossing.
  • Drizzle with extra-virgin olive oil.
  • Season with salt and mix the ingredients thoroughly.

Trivia

Did you know that Salsa is Spanish for ‘sauce’? Although Salsa is widely considered to be a Mexican-Spanish cuisine, it has remained in use for centuries, and the oldest recorded time period of its use dates back to the 1500s when it was used by the Aztecs and Mayans.

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